How Healthy Stores Can Alleviate the ‘Choice Dilemma’
It’s better to pay the grocer than the doctor. The idiom encapsulates the dilemma many Young People (a.k.a Millennials) face when deciding whether or not to spend more buying healthy products. Over the last decade, we’ve seen the rise of the “young invincibles,” a term coined by the health insurance industry, and floated regularly during the healthcare debate, to designate a small segment of young people (18-to-34-year-olds) willing to risk going without health care coverage. Although a potentially disastrous choice financially, it was a rational one because of fast-rising premiums and healthcare costs. But even the choice to opt-out is gone.
In this Issue
- How Healthy Stores Can Alleviate the ‘Choice Dilemma’
- Let There Be Light – But What Kind?
- What If There Were no More Used Car Salesmen?
- EchoPark Automotive: Taking the LEED in Pre-owned Car Buying
- Would you Rather go to a Store on Black Friday or Shop at Home in your PJs?
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